Could you please explain in detail what each line and position really mean?

**31-36** -- This is the title of the DS, where this is DS 31-36 (the last one on the board)

**151** -- This is the HS Ratio which is the Hits to Spins Ratio; in this case it is +151. This is simply a positive or negative figure based on the number of hits expected for the number of spins made; it is a running total for all spins recorded and it has an infinite capacity. If this number is positive, it means we have 151 less spins than expected for the coups we have achieved. If this number were negative (it isn't) it would mean that we would have 151 more spins than expected for the coups we have achieved. This shows the speed at which hits accrue (positive) or fail to accrue (negative).

**158** -- This is called the PMI which is Progression Movement Indicator. This is the number of coups since the last gap of 27 or more spins has occurred without a hit; a gap of at least 27 spins is called a PLE which is Progression Loss Event. In this case, there have been 150 coups since the last PLE (gap of at least 27 spins).

**150** -- This is the PLE Ratio which means Progression Loss Event Ratio. This is the ratio of coups to progression losses (gaps of 27+ spins), where a positive number means that we have less progression losses than expectation and a negative number means we have more progression losses than expectation. Here it is +150 which means that we have had 150 more coups than expected without a gap of 27+ spins (PLE). This measures the speed at which PLE's occur (gaps of 27+ spins).

**31** -- This is an individual number on the felt that is contained within a DS; in this case it is the number 31 Black, the first number in the DS.

**148** -- This is the HS Ratio for this individual number. Because it is an individual number, it is based on its natural expectation cycle of 37 spins. A positive number means it is coming in faster than expectation (less spins than expectation for the hits received) and if it is negative it means that it is coming in slower than expectation (more spins than expectation for the hits received). In this case it is green and so it means +148 which is fast; 148 less spins than expectation for the hits received.

**3** -- This is the STR which means Streak indicator. This is the total number of times

in a row that this number has hit within 27 spins (no gap). In this case it has hit 3 times, each of these times has been with less than a 27 spin gap.

**23** -- This is simply the number of spins since this number has hit. This number last hit 23 spins ago.

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Sorry at this point I am not recording play data to a file but I am recording my progress and I have some videos where I play using the softwares.

Please explain what do you mean by term of " dispersion "... your use of it sims not really conventional.

What we see normally, time and time again, is a single hottest group (Group A) and a single group that is hotter than the rest but not the hottest (Group B).

In this case you can see that the hottest group is the highlighted DS 19-24 but instead of a single group that is second hottest, we have 3 such groups! This means that the output sequence is likely to hit all of them heavily in the next 27 spins which means it is more likely that our main selection will 1) Be overrun as the hottest, 2) Gap.

**CONCENTRATION**Here is what the normal picture looks like where our highlighted DS 25-30 is the hottest with a HS Ratio of +493 (Group A) and DS 4-9 is hotter than the rest but not the hottest (Group B). In this case they are close (the majority of the time they will be farther away) and so some caution must be used because DS 4-9 could have a run that will overwhelm DS 25-30 and even cause it to gap; this is a SWITCH which happens from time to time but usually hundreds of coups will be taken before this happens.

So the pattern that roulette follows is:

[GROUP A] [#'S OF COUPS] [SWITCH TO GROUP B]

And this repeats over and over while the rest of the board just hits slowly and usually slower than expectation but always much more slowly than GROUP A and GROUP B.

**There must always be a GROUP A and a GROUP B.**The danger is the SWITCH because most of the time GROUP A will gap when it happens. I think it is very easy to see when its likely that a SWITCH will take place; we can learn to recognize times of DISPERSION.

If we can learn to survive the SWITCH, we can flow with roulette endlessly as it runs through these cycles.

This is nothing other than watching the LotT choose its hot numbers on a spin by spin basis, where certain of these hot numbers that are contained within 2 adjacent streets, will PERSIST more than any others over an extended series of spin sequences.